Articles Posted in the Local News Category

  • Tex. Ag. Commissioner Miller Comments On Mosquitoes

    It’s summer, and the mosquitoes are back. And, if you’re trying to get rid of the them, Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller reminds everyone that pest control operators must carry a license issued by the…

  • False Alarm On Possible Washington Naval Yard Shooting

    For a while this morning, authorities thought that there was a possibility of a shooter in the Washington Naval Yard. Washington, DC Police Chief Kathy Lanier said a call about possible sounds of gunshots at…

  • Red Cross Distributing Supplies To Disaster Victims In Riverside Today

    The Red Cross will be distributing supplies to disaster survivors at the First United Methodist Church in Riverside today from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, and FEMA’s Disaster Survivor Assessment team will be onsite to…

  • Solicitation Of Minors Sting Operation In Montgomery County

    The Houston Chronicle reports that 26 adults face charges as a result of an undercover sting operation that lasted a couple of months by a Montgomery County task force looking into crimes against children. Most…

  • Congressman Brady Talks With HMH Doctors And Medical Personnel

    Our 8th District Congressman and Chairman of the House Ways & Means Health Care Subcommittee, Kevin Brady, addressed doctors, nurses and other health care professionals at a meeting at the Huntsville Memorial Hospital Wednesday. He…

  • Firefighter Casie Wheeler Brings Home The Gold

    Twenty-six-year-old local area resident Casie Wheeler just brought back some gold from the Fairfax 2015 World Police and Fire Games in Virginia. She filled us in on what the games were all about . .…

  • Preventing Burglaries

    Residential burglary is a persistent problem in most communities. There are ways to help deter it. We talked with HPD Lt. Jim Barnes about the issue . . . .   Lt. Barnes also highly…

  • Washington Naval Yard On Lockdown

    The Washington Naval Yard remains on lockdown this morning. There is, at this time, no confirmation of shots fired. The yard is the site of a 2013 shooting where a gunman killed 12 people.

  • Crime Stoppers Crime Report

    Crime Stoppers reports these crimes: A construction site on homes in the 3200 block of Elks Drive had tools stolen from the site between June 29, 2015 and June 30, 2015. The tools included a…

  • Chamber’s Diva Night Ahead

    The Huntsville-Walker County Chamber of Commerce Diva Night is scheduled for Friday, August 14th in the LSC Ballroom at SHSU 5:30 to 8:30. Chamber Board member Tammy Nokes updates us . . . .